Blues In The Alley

Jake Harper was as awkward as any seventh-grader. And he didn’t want to make it any worse. “I was playing trumpet at the time,” said Jake, a 17-year-old senior at Winston Churchill High School. “When.

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Our Review: Submerge yourself in an ocean of groove. Sun-drenched guitar lines, blissful reggae beats, crooning blues melodie.

While local Colorado breweries Wibby, Boulder Beer, Mountain Sun, Oskar Blues, New Belgium, Upslope. so a ‘Voodoo Masquera.

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Jaunt through the alley west of Central Avenue and down a flight of stairs. including such notable artists as The Moody Bl.

“Harlem’s 133rd Street was called ‘Jungle Alley’ because there were so many nightclubs on it,” Philipson says, explaining that Harlem had the only Roaring 20s blues clubs in the country that drew whit.

Webmaster’s Pick of the Top Rhythm and Blues Hits of the 60s R&B History R & B music has been the heart of American music it seems like forever. Its roots came from jazz, old gospel and spirtual music primarily performed by African Americans.

Webmaster’s Pick of the Top Rhythm and Blues Hits of the 60s R&B History R & B music has been the heart of American music it seems like forever. Its roots came from jazz, old gospel and spirtual music primarily performed by African Americans.

Who Produced Low Country Blues “It is still vital if we want to remain a country with a vibrant middle class. Lisa DeJong | Cleveland Plain Dealer This s. Listeners get to ride shotgun, between the ditches, with this country-blues band from Brown County. Not coincidentally, Mellencamp’s producer, Paul Mahern, also produced Peyton’s “Between the Ditch. While touring various sustainable

A raw, vintage sound is evident in the album’s opening two tracks, the hard-driving "Ain’t Much Of Nothing" and the live favourite, "What You’re Made Of", a homage to.

Besides presenting wholesome depictions of small-town life, “Gasoline Alley” has reveled in the distinction of. Now it has.

Oskar Blues Brewery’s previously announced more than doubling of its Longmont brewery will include the addition of 14 tanks, six bowling lanes, and coffee roasting and kitchen operations for limited s.

Remembering Willner’s foray into the work of archival musicologist Harry Smith, Johansen came out to sing a badass version “J.

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URBANA — Champaign’s internationally acclaimed blues band Kilborn Alley will celebrate its 13th anniversary with a show at 9 p.m. Saturday at The Iron Post, 120 S. Race St. Tickets are $10 at the door.

Live blues musical events in the Quad Cities area, Eastern Iowa and Northwest Illinois. Compiled by Stan Furlong.

Besides presenting wholesome depictions of small-town life, "Gasoline Alley" has reveled in the distinction. Zits" and "Baby Blues": They get renamed "Age Spots" and "Cataracts R Us," respectively.

As the booking agent for his son’s Kilborn Alley Blues Band, Tom Duncanson often updates the musicians on the number of shows they have done. "He will show up and tell us, ‘This is your 900th show.’ H.

Chicago blues rocker Toronzo Canon plays two shows — 8 p.m. Saturday. Tash Sultana, a kind of Australian Ed Sheeran, plays.

Last week, the Smithfield-based jazz band Forte played at the Daily Press Choice Awards, an annual event that honors businesses on the Peninsula. The group, led by sax man Brian Pinner, sounded tight.

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D.C. jazz singer Lori Williams is one busy woman. She rehearses for her gig at Blues Alley on Saturday night, she readies her son for kindergarten, takes her daughter back to college, pursues a jazz s.

As saxophonist Ron Holloway tries to explain why he’s no longer a fixture on the Washington club scene, the answer quickly becomes apparent. His iPhone chimes; it’s a text message from guitarist Warre.